Once you create a color arrangement that you like, you can save it as a preset, and then load it whenever you want to use that arrangement. You can also load any of the many factory presets, some of which duplicate the colors of earlier versions of SONAR. You can also import and export color arrangements in the form of .clr files so that SONAR users can share color layouts. And you can back up or export all of your presets with a single command, and import a group of presets that you or another SONAR user created.
Note: Both single color presets, and collections of presets use the file extension .clr, so when you export either the current color arrangement, or all of your presets at once, give the exported file a name that clearly labels it as either a single preset, or as a collection of presets.Figure 18. The Colors sectionA. Presets menu B. Import and Export buttons
2. Click the drop-down arrow on the Presets menu to display the list of presets, then click the name of the preset you want to load.
3. Type a name for your preset in the Presets menu.
4. Click the floppy disk icon that’s next to the Presets menu to save your preset.
3. Click the Export Colors button .The Export Color Set dialog box appears.
5. Type a name for your color set file in the File Name field.
6. Make sure that the Export Current Color Set check box is enabled.
7. Click the Save button.
2. Click the Import Colors button .The Import Color Set dialog box appears.
3. Navigate to the folder where the color set file you want to import is. Both single presets and groups of presets are stored in color set files, which use the .clr file extension.
5. Click the Open button.
6. If your Preset menu in SONAR already contains a preset that is included in the preset collection file you are importing, SONAR asks you if you want to overwrite the file. This happens for each file that has the same name as a preset in the preset collection you are importing. Click Yes or No for each file in question, or Yes All or No All to either overwrite or protect all of your current preset files.
2. Click the Export Colors button .The Export Color Set dialog box appears.
4. Type a name for your file in the File Name field. Use a file name that you will recognize as a collection of presets, rather than as a single color arrangement.
5. Make sure that the Export Color Presets check box is enabled.
6. Click the Save button.
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